bay at

bay at

To howl at. A: "What's that noise?" B: "Just some coyotes baying at the moon."
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bay at something

to howl at something. (Usually said of a dog, wolf, or coyote.) The dogs were baying at the moon. We heard a coyote in the distance, baying at the moon.
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